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How Hacking Works

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If only somebody had warned them that the world would roll them like this.
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fxer
91 days ago
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As sysadmin of the smash mouth message boards I stand by my decision to store the plaintext passwords next to the md5, in case I want to upgrade the hash later.
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tedder
64 days ago
Password hint: $entire_password
reconbot
91 days ago
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My personal threat model
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BalooUriza
91 days ago
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Is Venmo a thing?
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Brstrk
92 days ago
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SomeBODY has failed to setup proper Netsec.
Ferret
92 days ago
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This is entirely true.
alt_text_bot
92 days ago
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If only somebody had warned them that the world would roll them like this.
pedersje
92 days ago
Well, they weren't the sharpest tools in the shed.

Chernobyl

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You know when you can't hear your speakers, and you keep turning various volume controls up higher and higher in confusion, and then someone hits the mute button and there's a deafening blast of sound? That's basically what happened at Chernobyl.
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FarrelBuch
119 days ago
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Best documentary/dramatized documentary I have ever seen. The accompanying podcast series is also brilliant
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
nloveladyallen
123 days ago
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He should write a book of stuff like this
Takoma Park, Maryland
sirwired
123 days ago
He did: "Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words"
nloveladyallen
123 days ago
@sirwired That’s the joke
trekkie
123 days ago
it actually hurt my head to try and read that book
ManBehindThePlan
122 days ago
I see what you did there :)
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You know when you can't hear your speakers, and you keep turning various volume controls up higher and higher in confusion, and then someone hits the mute button and there's a deafening blast of sound? That's basically what happened at Chernobyl.

Amazon’s Antitrust Antagonist Has a Breakthrough Idea

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Lina Khan’s writing has rocked the antitrust establishment — and made her an unlikely celebrity in Washington policy circles.

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How the public is misinformed about the outcomes of CPR

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A survey of 1000 volunteer adults found 71% regularly watched medical television dramas, but only 12% said the shows “were a reliable source of health information.”

The participants were given some brief vignettes describing scenarios where CPR was administered—a 54-year-old who suffered a heart attack at home and received CPR by paramedics, an 80-year-old with a postoperative cardiac arrest in the hospital after surgery, and a post-traumatic arrest in an 8-year-old.

Those surveyed estimated CPR success rates at 57% to 72% and rates of long-term survival with neurologic recovery at 53% to 64%.

Depending on the circumstances surrounding the arrest and the baseline health status of the victim, rates of return of spontaneous circulation for CPR in cardiac arrest can be as high as 40% in one study. However according to the American Heart Association, long-term survival with intact neurologic function occurs in only about 8.3% of patients.

The survey was published ahead of print in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine. The authors noted that their survey results were similar to those of previous papers on this subject.

They pointed out that the public’s unrealistic expectations about CPR make it difficult for physicians to discuss end-of-life issues with patients and family. A previous paper found that about half of elderly patients changed their minds about requesting they be resuscitated after they found out what the true statistics were.

Not addressed in the paper, but nonetheless worth mentioning is the possibility that many of the survey’s participants did not want to admit or did not realize they considered TV dramas a reliable source of health information.

If you are on Twitter, you may be aware of a debate many of us physicians have been having with Amy Holden Jones (@aholdenj), the writer and producer of the medical TV drama “The Resident.” She claims she is exposing the dark side of medicine in the name of patient safety.

We say the glaring and sometimes laughable inaccuracies of the show create the very same unrealistic expectations the investigators found in their survey and what is worse, inflame the already rampant mistrust of doctors and medicine in general.

I would like to say that that the discussion with Ms. Jones has been productive, but I can’t. After a brief give-and-take, she has blocked every medical professional who criticized the show. The misinformation continues.

Redemption may be near. The show’s ratings are plummeting.

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Zapiro’s Zuma Send-Off And A Beaut From Madam & Eve

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There’s a 100% chance that Zapiro is wearing a sizeable grin right now.

The satirist has done battle with JZ since way back when, with the former president (good ring to that, hey) suing him for a cool R5 million back in 2010.

Now, with the curtain closing on this chapter, Zapiro has delivered the knockout blow.

We’ll backtrack to yesterday’s effort on the Daily Maverick, though, which also deserves a mention:

That message was finally received loud and clear, and Zuma delivered his resignation late last night.

All of which led us to this morning’s cartoon, simply titled ‘The End’:

I’m sure he isn’t done with his favourite punching bag for good, but for now the lights might have gone out.

As for Madam & Eve, they’re having some fun as well. This from their Twitter account:

Much work lies ahead, but let’s allow ourselves a few days to enjoy this victory.

[sources:dailymav&dailymav]

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A Partial List of Companies That Definitely Could Have Afforded to Pay Their Employees a Good Wage at Any Point Before the GOP Tax Bill

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Since the passage of the GOP’s wildly unpopular and regressive tax bill, American companies have been coming out of the woodwork to announce they are using their tax windfalls to invest in their employees. Even nominally “liberal” companies like Apple and Starbucks have credited Congressional Republicans and the Trump…

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